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captions by: caption colorado >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. finally somebody is cracking down on big bird. >> president obama wraps up his bay area cash grab. how he is taking a swipe at to stay off the coast. there's a slight chance we are going to see some showers in fact point reyes may see a few showers there now. but you see the core of that low is sliding south and a lot of energy going to fall apart as it approaches the coastline. nonetheless, still a slight chance of showers out there. a lot of clouds over the bay right now. the temperatures a little cool in spots. into the 40s into san jose, 50s elsewhere. i think toward the afternoon partly cloudy for most of the bay area. but these temperatures running cooler than average as we're usually near 80 degrees into mitt romney with sesame street. >> months of drama coming down to today. sheriff ross mirkarimi learns whether he gets to keep his job. >> low pressure close to the coastline. could it bring some showers? we'll talk about that coming up. >> traffic jammed northbound 101 past san francisco airport. we'll tell you when it's expected to wrap up coming up. good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, october 9. i'm the afternoon. today a good 6 to 9 degrees below average about 70 in santa rosa. 71 san jose. and about 64 degrees slight chance of a few showers even into san francisco. more on the seven-day forecast coming up. right now let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> thanks. we have some gridlock along the peninsula. if you are traveling northbound 101, near sfo, near san francisco airport, we have some late running roadwork paving work that was scheduled to wrap up quicker but yeah, they are still out there blocking lanes up to three lanes so you can see speed sensors, these are
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frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. president barack obama is waking up this morning in san francisco. >> not going to be around very long, though. he is flying out of sfo early this morning. and cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is here in san francisco where the president has raised a lot of campaign cash. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this was president obama's last fundraising blitz here in the bay area. but a successful one. he is expected to take home about $2 million to his campaign. now, crowds greeted president live drive-time sensors, 10 miles per hour. at last check they were supposed to wrap it up by 6:00 and again you can see we're still seeing those delays through the brown is area. that's northbound 101 around the 380 interchange. also we are going to be talking more about this, we have oakland as versus tigers this evening. so could find some traffic tieiums for your evening commute home. 6:05 is game time. right now, though, you are pretty much good to go between hayward and downtown oakland. there is a live look near the oakland coliseum and we want obama's arrival at sfo yesterday. at his events he told bay area supporters to get, quote, almost obsessive about his re- election. he attended two fundraisers a private $20,000 a plate dinner and a concert at the graham auditorium. the president asked supporters to help him finish what he started four years ago and mr. obama roused the crowd with his own big bird jokes. >> finally somebody is cracking you to check in with bart, no delays so far for any of our bart trains including those stops heading towards downtown san francisco. that is "timesaver traffic." back to you guys. california gas prices are the highest in the nation and some state leaders are now looking for some answers. the average gallon of regular unleaded gas is $4.74 here in san francisco. over in oakland it's $4.68. and if you are down in san jose, $4.67. governor jerry brown has given
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down on big bird. elmo has been seen in a white suburban, he is driving for the border. governor romney's plan is to let wall street run wild again but he is going to bring the hammer down on sesame street. >> reporter: now, these jokes started after governor romney promised cuts to unnecessary spending like grants to pbs. today both governor romney and president obama will head to ohio a key battleground state to the campaign. an order to allow higher polluting winter blend to be sold in the state to make more fuel available to drive down the price. at the same time, california senator dianne feinstein is calling for a federal investigation. she is citing malicious trading schemes in the california gas markets. both sides in the measure d campaign held news conferences in san jose. it would raise the minimum wage to $10. the chamber of commerce released a study saying the now, where 18 electoral votes are up for grabs, with the election just a month a with now this is going to be very important because ohio is a state that some people believe could make or break victory. cate caugiran, cbs 5. big bird is the star of a new ad for president obama. >> it's me, big bird. >> big, yellow, a menace to our economy. mitt romney knows it's not wall street... >> the obama campaign released this ad just this morning and it pokes more fun at homicide's measure would cost jobs. >> those members who said they pay a minimum wage 67% of them said they would cut employee hours and 4 3% said they would lay off workers. >> they are going to put forward one study that says minimum wage doesn't work and there are 20 well researched thoughtful studies that explain exactly why it's good for the people in our community. >> the mayor doesn't agree. chuck reed is against measure d saying san jose doesn't have the money to cover enforcement costs.
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pledge to cut funding for public television. a pew research survey three weeks ago gave president obama an 8-point lead among likely voters. now romney has taken a 4-point lead in an updated survey. he is excited about his chances of winning next month. >> people wonder why it is i'm so confident we're going to win. i'm confident because i see you here on a day like this. this is unbelievable, thank you so much. >> he campaigned in the pouring right now, the sentencing hearing of convicted sex offender jerry sandusky is getting under way in a pennsylvania courtroom. we have some video of the former penn state football coach arriving just about 30 minutes ago. he was found guilty of 45 counts of child sexual abuse back in june. by law, those counts would add up to a minimum of 220 years behind bars. at least two of the victims are expected to talk today at the rain in virginia yesterday after giving a speech blasting president obama's foreign policy. and as campaign 2012 heats up, is holding a series of presidential forums online. the candidates answering our questions, today's topic the role of government, big versus small. two men shot to death while driving through west oakland and this morning, police are looking for their killer. police received reports of shots fired at filbert and 10th streets just before 10:00 last night. two victims were found dead hearing. time now 6:10 "curiosity"'s first big scoop. what the rover pulled from the surface of mars. >> and waiting to jump from the edge of space. will weather interfere with one man's plan to break the sound barrier? >> must win for baseball teams. will the home field advantage help the as turn things around? we're live in oakland with as host kara tsuboi. hi, i'm amy for downy unstopables
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inside their car, a block away near 12th street. so far police don't have a motive or any suspects. an outpouring of grief and support in contra costa county after the murder of a retired schoolteacher. hundreds of mourners marched behind the husband and children of susie ko last night as they walked to a vigil. her body was found friday in her hercules home. her husband had called a neighbor to check her after she didn't get him at the airport in oakland. police said she had been stabbed and suffered blunt- force trauma to the head. >> i was just so devastated. i couldn't believe it was really happening. but, of course, it did. >> last homicide we had here was 2010. we have only had 5 homicides in the last 11 years. >> the fbi is assisting in the case because police in hercules authorities are hoping to find susie ko's 2011 blue subaru outback with an idaho license plate. sheriff ross mirkarimi's fight for his job could ek today. the san francisco board of supervisors is set to vote on
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whether to remove him from office. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is in san francisco with the very latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this case has been playing out at city hall for months now. mirkarimi has been fighting for his job. the mayor wants him out and it's up to the board of supervisors who will vote today and decide whether he stays or goes. what happens could set a precedent for misconduct cases in the future. sheriff ross mirkarimi was in-wash scent boosters, here with my favorite new intern, jimmy. mmm! fresh! and it's been in the closet for 12 weeks! unbelievable! unstopables! i'll show you how! ♪ just shake them into the washer i can't believe this lasts 12 weeks! elected into office back last fall. he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor related to a domestic violence dispute that left his wife with a bruised arm. that incident happened on new year's eve. now nine months later we could find out if he stays or goes for official misconduct. his wife eliana lopez showed her neighbor a bruised arm which you can see in this video after her husband grabbed her during an argument. mirkarimi was sentenced to three years' probation, fined and ordered to undergo counseling. he was also placed on unpaid leave by mayor ed lee. since then, mirkarimi has been neither can they. so you're going on tour to prove it. downy unstopables. follow jimmy's unstopables tour for free samples on
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fighting for his job. his attorney says that the marital incident has nothing to do with his role has sheriff and he was also voted in. mayor lee wants him out taking steps to permanently remove him saying that mirkarimi's guilty plea makes him unfit to hold office. >> we are making already changes and great changes that were in the queue for reform. that should be allowed to continue based on voter will and not let what's an undemocratic process interfere so there's a consolidation of power. >> these are charges that have been sustained by the ethics commission and the ones at the forefront of making sure we hold high the standards of the office of the sheriff in confirming that and i look forward to the board doing the same. >> reporter: the san francisco board of supervisors will meet at city hall at 2:00. there will be a 10-minute presentation then of votes. nine of those 11 supervisors need to approve of the removal in order for mirkarimi to be ousted. in san francisco, elissa harrington, cbs 5.
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>> thank you. after months of sunshine, rain is on its way. and no one is more excited about that than this guy over here. lawrence karnow, ladies and gentlemen. >> yes. we are getting excited. this is that time of the year we start switching gears and get back into the rainy season. we have a weak system off the coastline. the core of the low is likely surface of plane take a look. nasa officials say the "curiosity" rover has made its first scoop of the planet mars surface detecting a bright object on the ground. nasa says it might be part of the rover but they won't sample or scoop anymore until they figure out what it is. the "curiosity" has already beamed back pictures of bedrock that suggest a fast-moving stream may have flowed on the planet. cool pictures nonetheless. the wind is delaying an attempt at a skydiving record this morning. >> this guy is a little crazy, huh? austrian daredevil felix baumgartner is planning to ride a 55 story helium balloon to the edge of space and then jump out from 23 miles high back to early. he expects to break the sound
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barrier before he activates his parachute which is a good idea. about 5,000 feet above the new mexico desert. plans are on hold right now because of wind. he is estimated to hit speeds up to 700 miles per hour. let's check the roads. >> it's getting nasty i guess, action. we have been dealing with a couple of couple of different problems including bad traffic now near sfo. we'll get to that in just a minute. in the meantime check the bay bridge. it really changed here in the last five minutes because those metering lights have been turned on. so we are starting to see those delays behind the pay gates. it looks like in cash and fastrak lanes now so yeah you can no longer beat the rush. these delays continue to grow. right now probably about 10 minutes or so to get on the bridge. this is the area they have been watching northbound 101 again right near sfo and 380 so yeah they have been doing some overnight paving work across the stretch. it was supposed to wrap up a while ago. caltrains crews are out there
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finishing up very, very shortly. in the meantime we are seeing gridlock across that stretch 12 miles per hour as you pass the airport north of sfo. elsewhere all lanes clear so much better news. we have been watching this earlier injury crash southbound 880 before 238 for a while chp was on scene with one lane blocked. again all lanes are back open so no longer any delay. the president is in town so good morning, mr. president. you can see we are dealing with some street closures still. this is south of market area so howard street shut down between fourth and fifth. fourth between folsom and mission. the president heads to sfo later on this morning. you could find rolling closures and delays before he departs at 9:30, along 101. that's a check of your "timesaver traffic." for more on your possibly rainy forecast, we'll go to lawrence. >> wouldn't that be nice with showers making a return to the bay area? point reyes, doppler radar
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picking up moisture most of off to the coast. but there is a slight chance of showers throughout the day and probably the next couple of days especially out toward the coast as that low is going to swing to the south. never moving onshore but staying coastside. things a little unsettled. a few clouds in the skies now. partly cloudy in the afternoon. some mild temperatures for most of us. cool as you approach the coastline. and a slight chance of showers as you head toward the beaches, as well. the core of that low is going to stay off the coast dragging with it the showers but occasionally we may see some bands moving onshore but the whole core is going to make its way down into southern california so we are going to keep things unsettled today and tomorrow of the delays of at sfo of 70 minutes on arriving flights. partly cloudy skies this afternoon. hopefully things should clear out. around the rest of the country 81 houston, 61 denver maybe showers in chicago and new york. temperatures around the bay area in the 60s and 70s. the next couple of days we are going to keep some mild temperatures slight chance of showers coastside and another chance as we head into friday drier warmer weather expected for the weekend. back to you.
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>> thank you. it's do or die tonight for the as as they try to stave off elimination against the tigers. >> they can do it. last night the mayor, mayor quan, hosting a big rally outside city hall ahead of the first post-season home game of the year. the as trailing the tigers though 2-0. best-of-five series. as host kara tsuboi outside the coliseum with more ahead of the big game. we have two words for you, kara. we believe. >> reporter: exactly, frank. you have to believe in this team. that's sort of been the mantra all season long. looking back to spring training, who would have thought this group of guys would have made it this far? except for johnny gomes who always believed in the oakland as. the rest of us are like, who is this cast of characters? we lost all our big names. can this group win 60 games, 70 games? and look what they have pulled off. it's been pretty incredible all season long. so yeah, if any team is going to come back from an 0-2
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deficit in the american league division series it has to be your oakland as. >> so there is a game tonight at home. do you think that's going to give the as a home field advantage? >> reporter: you know, the way that the play-offs structure is scheduled this year with two games on the road and three games at home, it really doesn't give you that much of a home field advantage. sure, it's great to have three in a row. to start the series on the road, that's really tough. and as we saw, verlander was really difficult on saturday. three games at home with a packed coliseum everyone waving these rally towels that we got at the rally last night i think it's going to motivate these boys to play well and play to the bitter end. >> they have done it to win six or seven in a row just to make it where they were to win the division and swept the rangers at home in three straight when a lot people said you don't have a prayer. so tigers watch out because i think they feel get them tonight. >> reporter: i think you're
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right. we swept the rangers, the final three games and swept the seattle mariners the three games before that. so it's very, very possible for the team to take the series and move on to the championship series but one thing i think all fans should remember is that this season has already been a dream, a miracle, incredible, call it what you will. it's already been spectacular leading to now. so -- >> we're not ready for it to end. >> reporter: no. not yet. >> we're rooting for them. thank you, kara tsuboi. how about the giants? they are in cincinnati after they too lost two games to the reds at at&t. ryan vogelsong will start for the giants. if they win today barry zito will pitch tomorrow. the giants have to win like the as three games in cincinnati to advance to the nlcs. i think the giants won like the last 12 that barry zito pitched. they can get there.
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where a soccer player crashd his hi doppler radar picking up showers in the north bay. will the rest of the bay area see rain, too? we'll talk about that coming up. >> and as you can see, the metering lights are on now at the bay bridge. starting to get busy in the middle camera. also we're also seeing an unusual amount of brake lights on 101 right near sfo. we'll explain why coming up in just a moment. in the meantime check out this video from belgium where a soccer player crashed his porsche into this building for
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a second time. surveillance video captured the luxury car plowing into a convenience store on sunday morning. only one person had minor injuries. hard to believe. 25-year-old jonathan laguerre tested just above the legal limit. in 2009 he ran his bmw into a house. it's a habit apparently. >> i guess so. here we go. a marathon in portland involved 13,000 runners but it was also where the starting line where bride and groom took their vows. katie holmes and eric johansson said their marriage vows at mile 20 where they reconnected five years ago after a short post ceremony celebration the couple went ahead and ran out the final six miles of the race. >> then they collapsed. >> yeah, no kidding. >> just kidding. play of the day creative base running in last night's orioles yankees game. 1st inning cano with a double. ichiro suzuki coming home. will he get in there? he misses that one. misses another one.
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gets the hand in there. he is safe. play of the day. but the orioles won the game 3- 2. look at that. boom got him there, no, little tap dance, gets the right hand down. that is nice. 6:26. coming up, do or die play-off game for the as. so why won't the team's owner remove the outfield tarp to free up more seats? >> a lot of people asking that question. plus he is in a pennsylvania courtroom right now. how long convicted child molester jerry sandusky could spend behind bars. >> and president obama raised millions of dollars in campaign cash in his last visit here to the bay area. but now he is shifting gears. we'll tell you where he is going next and why some say it's crucial to his re- election. ,,,,
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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald captions by: caption colorado good morning. tuesday, october 9. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:30. president barack obama flies from sfo to ohio today with a load of cash. >> got a lot o money. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran in san francisco where the president spent the night following a series of fundraisers. >> reporter: good morning. the president will leave the bay area in just a few hours. but today, governor romney and president obama will be shifting their focus to the key battleground states with the election just one month away. mr. obama received a warm welcome into the city yesterday for his last fundraising blitz here in the bay area. he attended two fundraisers one private dinner and another rally and concert at the bill graham civic center. he urged supporters to join with him for a final push to call and email people in swing
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states. he says it's time to get, quote, almost obsessive about his re-election. >> so i need you in this election. the next 29 days. we cannot afford to be complacent. >> now, this was a the president's sixth visit to the bay area. in a few hours he will go to ohio where he will cross trails with governor romney. ohio is a key battleground state one many believe could make or break the victory for the candidate. the race for the white house couldn't be tighter. so they will be eyeing the 18 electoral votes for the state. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> a big bounce for mitt romney after last week's presidential debate. a pew research survey three weeks ago gave president obama an 8-point lead among likely voters. now romney has taken a 4-point lead in an updated survey.
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as campaign 2012 heats up, holding a series of presidential forums online the candidates answering our questions today's topic the role of government big versus small. time now 6:32. two men shot to death as they drove through west oakland. this morning, investigators are looking for their killer. police say shots were fired at the intersection of filbert and 10 inn before 10:00 last night. the two victims were found dead inside the car a block away near 12th street. so far no suspects have been arrested. hundreds of people turned out in hercules to remember a retired schoolteacher murdered in her home. mourners marched behind the husband and children of susie ko last night as they walked to a vigil. her body was found on friday. her husband called the neighborcheck on her after she didn't pick him up at the airport. police say she had been stabbed and suffered blunt-force trauma to the head. >> i was just so devastated.
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i couldn't believe it -- i couldn't believe it was really happening. but, of course, it did. >> last homicide we had here was 2010. we have only had 5 homicides in the last 11 years. >> the fbi is assisting in the case because police in hercules do not have all the necessary resources. authorities are hoping to find susie ko's 2011 blue subaru outback with an idaho license plate. a decision likely this afternoon on the fate of mirkarimi the suspended san francisco sheriff. the board of supervisors is vote on the ground-to remove him from office today. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is in san francisco with more on what's at stake. big decision. >> reporter: mirkarimi has been fighting to keep his job. mayor ed lee wants him out. today the board of supervisors will meet and nine votes are needed to permanently oust the sheriff. with me now i have melissa griffin an attorney and columnist with the "san francisco examiner." talk about today. will there be a vote and what do you expect will happen inside city hall? >> there's going to be a rally at noon for ross supporters to
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get them together so they can go in for public comment. i don't think people realize this is going to be a very, very long meeting today. we saw ethics commission hearings going on for hours. today both sides both domestic violence prevention advocates and also supporters of ross mirkarimi are going to get all their supporters together to come down here and talk to public comment. >> what do you think will happen? do you think the sheriff will keep his job or not? >> reporter: i think that you can never go wrong if you assume that politicians are going to do what's best for themselves and to that end polls show overwhelmingly that people want ross mirkarimi gone and they are going to base their votes for supervisor somewhat on what this decision is. there is no escaping the fact that most our supervisors and i think nine of them are going to vote to remove him. >> reporter: how important is this vote? >> two things. this removal process was one that's been endorsed by voters
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in 1996 in our city charter for many years. this has been an excruciating process. they said oh, my goodness if he can do it to you, he can do to me. this looks frightening to anyone in the future who might want to go down this road so i don't think necessarily it is going to blow up our representative democracy in the city. >> reporter: thank you so much for joining us this morning. and again, that all happens at 2:00. but we might not know the decision of a vote until late tonight. at city hall, elissa harrington, cbs 5. >> thank you. it's 6:35 right now. i did not bring a raincoat or umbrella. >> you were not listening yesterday. >> i guess i wasn't. >> the man, the weather wizard, was talking about a little bit of rain today. >> just a slight chance of showers. we are seeing some of that right now actually in parts of the north bay. high-def doppler radar picking up on some of that as this system is slowly working toward the coastline falling apart somewhat. remember the core of the low likely to stay off the coast.
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it will approach the coast and look impressive and fall apart. a slight chance of showers toward the coast. not only today but looks like into tomorrow. you can see clouds broken over the bay temperatures not too bad most areas in the 50s although 49 in san jose, 57 in san francisco. by the afternoon partly cloudy skies, temperatures cooler. numbers usually near 80 degrees in the afternoon at this time of year. today, a good six to nine degrees below average at about 71 degrees in san jose. about 73 in livermore and about 64 degrees in san francisco. and a slight chance of showers near the coastline. we'll have more on that in the weather coming up. right now let's check on the roads with elizabeth. >> thanks, lawrence. we just got off the phone with caltrans apparent lane still blocked on northbound 101 near sfo. this is some of late-running roadwork. they have been doing overnight paving near the airport and as you can see, because of those lane closures it's starting to stack up. so our delays are growing, 11 miles per hour, one of our live
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drive time sensors. so you may want to consider 280 as an alternate until they pick it up and we'll let you know as soon as they do. in the meantime, towards the east bay, an oakland as game later on this evening could affect the evening commute home 6:05 game time. right now good to go between hayward and downtown oakland. yeah, it's a nice drive across that stretch. kind of a similar story down the eastshore freeway. it's getting busy through berkeley. this is one of our live cameras near ashby. 20 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze westbound. traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. back to you. >> thank you. sentencing proceedings are under way in pennsylvania for convicted sex offender jerry sandusky. we have some video of the former penn state football coach arriving just about 30 minutes ago to court. he was found guilty of 45 counts of child sexual abuse back in june. by law, those counts would add up to a minimum of 220 years in prison.
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in an audio statement he says he is innocent and vows to keep on fighting. >> they can take away my life. they can make me as a monster, treat me as a monster but they can't take away my heart. >> sandusky also blames his arrest and conviction on a conspiracy that was crafted by accusers, investigators and the media. relatives of the former coach are expected to submit letters of support while at least two of the victims will address sandusky today directly. some other bay area headlines on this tuesday the teenager suspected of stealing a lamborghini belonging to a celebrity chef due in court this morning. police say this 18-year-old max wade stole the car from a san francisco dealership back in march of 2011. he is also facing attempted murder charges for allegedly shooting at passengers inside a truck this past april in marin county. oakland may soon get more red light cameras. there are currently 13 at 11
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intersections. today a city council committee will consider increasing them to 30 bringing in up to $40,000 a month in net revenue. the as have announced the tarps that cover most of the coliseum upper deck that third deck will remain in place during the american league division series. it's unclear if that will change should the team advance to the championship series or the world series. a sellout crowd of 36,000 fans is expected tonight against the tigers. if they remove the tarp another 10,000 fans could watch at the stadium. it's a head shaker but it will stay on at least for the series. new this morning, a scientist with the cal connection shares the nobel prize for physics. american david wineland got his undergrad degree at uc-berkeley in 1965. wineland and frenchman serge haroche won the physics prize for inventing and developing methods for observing tiny quantum particles without
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destroying them. they are both 68. 6:40. the hype is growing. will apple launch its much rumored ipad mini this month? our cnet expert weighs in next. >> a dusty discovery is priceless. what was found hidden in storage containsers at uc- berkeley. and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. let's check the early numbers. not too good. coming up we'll get an update from kcbs moneywatch reporter jason brooks. measures... measure up. money to our schools. "misleading." out here. it. but there's hope. straight to our schools... keeps it there. politicians. yes on thirty-eight.
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of the ipad mini this month. experts are already predictg the buzz keeps growing about the possible unveiling of the ipad mini this month. experts are already predicting the small tablet will be a big seller. here to break down some of the
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rumored features is cnet's representative. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> just when we thought all the apple buzz was over with the iphone 5, here comes the ipad mini. we don't know whether that's what it will be called but that's what we're calling it. we think it will be a 7" tablet. so apple has never hit this category before. we have only seen the 10" ipad. we think it will have a 7" display, front and back facing cameras for photos. white and black models like the iphone 5. a lining connector the smaller port that allows apple to put more parts in a smaller model and ipad 2 technology not the latest ipad. so it won't be apple's most premium product but will do that to keep prices down. >> why is apple doing this?
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they have the iphone, ipad, ipod, why an ipad mini? >> that's a great question. i think it's most likely because, well, amazon has the kindle fire and the hd. going the is out with its nexus 7. so apple is seeing this is a huge market. we're now hearing that they might have ordered up to 10 million units. if that's the case this will be big for apple. >> how soon could we see them on shelves? >> we expect invitations for the event today or tomorrow and then an announcement to happen next week and hopefully, it will hit the shelves on november 2. >> in time for the holidays. >> of course. >> there you go. >> the cost. >> that's a great question. so if we look at the current line-up of apple products we have the latest ipad for $499. ipad 2 for $399. and the ipod touch is $299. so where does that leave the
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ipad mini? it's definitely not going to be $199. so most likely somewhere and $349. a premium. >> somewhere in between the ipod and ipad 2. >> yes. >> thanks for breaking it down. remember, you can find more tech watch segments on >> i want one. [ laughter ] >> thank you. a new forecast suggests the global economy is further in the tank than previously expected. here to chat about it jason brooks with kcbs and good morning. >> reporter: good morning. plenty of pessimism regarding the direction of the global economy. the international monetary fund reducing its prior forecast for global growth in 2012 from 3.5 to 3.3% knocking next year down from its original forecast of 3.9 to 3.6%. europe of course has been a big problem with a raging debt crisis. we are also seeing china slow
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down. we had a report yesterday that its growth is expected to slow from 8.2 to 7.7%. of course, the u.s. not doing much to help. we saw our gdp only grow at a rate of 1.3% in the 2nd quarter. chipmaker intel says it's going to lay off a small percentage of the workers in its mcafee division. there are 7100 workers there. intel bought the antivirus company two years ago for $7.6 billion. wall street starting off lower. we kick off the corporate earnings season alumina maker alcoa reports after the closing bell. dow down 10, nasdaq down 11, s&p down 1. back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and 6:47. let's check the weather. >> do we have to? >> we do. >> it's going to rain. >> we do. >> it's getting really interesting out there right now. we may have already seen showers in parts of the north bay already and the core of the low is spinning off the coastline and could sends a few
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more showers our way. take a look at the doppler radar. very interesting haven't been able to see this for quite some time. but the core of the low bringing some showers but they are beginning to fall apart approaching the coastline. still there is a slight chance we could pick up scattered showers coastside on and off and even into tomorrow as the low slowly works its way on through leaving a few clouds in the skies this afternoon and some cool-to-mild temperatures outside and that slight chance of showers continuing out towards the coastline. that low is going to remain off the coast. it will slide southward throughout the day today and tomorrow finally moving onshore into southern california. but it slowly moves on by keeping things unsettled for the next couple of days. delays at sfo on arriving flights by 70 minutes. around the country mostly cloudy skies and houston 81 degrees there, showers into chicago and new york, could cause some delays if you're headed in that direction. around the bay today partly cloudy skies, 71 degrees in san jose, 70 in sunnyvale approaching the coastline. chance of showers on the
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increase. 70s in many of the valleys in the latter part of the day. and inside the bay a few more clouds, 67 degrees in alameda, 64 san francisco, 62 degrees slight chance of showers into daly city. next couple of days, keeping those temperatures down and a bit unsettled. then a break on thursday, another chance of a couple of raindrops on friday. should start drying out a little warmer over the weekend. all right, let's check on the roads now with elizabeth. >> thanks, lawrence. if you were lucky enough to get a three-day weekend, it can be a back-to-work tuesday for ya. apparently it is for a lot of folks because you can really see the difference at the bay bridge toll plaza. the metering lights are turned on before 6:30 stacking. it should be pushing towards the 880 overcrossing so probably a 15-minute wait to get on the bridge, delays in cash and fastrak lanes. better news on the peninsula. we have been watching this late running roadwork and delays and gridlock grow on northbound 101 near the airport. well, all lanes are once again back open for a while they had three left lanes closed.
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they were doing some overnight paving work across that stretch and it ran much later than expected. so another heads up if you are commuting through this area northbound 238 kind of near san lorenzo, approaching hesperian we have a stalled car it sounds like and traffic is really backing up through the castro valley y on westbound 580. also a quick note if you are traveling through oakland, oakland as game later on this evening could cause some delays for the evening commute. but for right now, you're pretty much good to go between hayward and downtown. much more traffic coming up. in the meantime, back to you guys. >> thank you. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is in the big chair live in new york and has the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. we have former new york mayor rudy giuliani to talk politics. he is right here in studio 57. and we'll also take you to the launch site for daredevil felix baumgartner. good-looking guy, right? he is trying to pull off the highest fastest freefall ever. so we're going to see when his
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balloon will take him 23 miles up. you're going to hear what he is most worried about. and men, ben affleck is here to talk about argo. this is his new movie about the dramatic rescue of americans in iran in 1979. then plus, these pictures we're showing you, he has a hands-on approach to change part of the world that generally gets very little attention. he is trying to do some charitable work so we're also going to talk about that when we see you right here at 7:00. we have a fabulous show ahead today. >> so let me do the tote board, that would be two good-looking guys, right? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> who is doing the booking around here? >> i don't know but i like it. all right. >> i know. exactly. ben affleck looks very good in the movie "argo" and i have seen him in person this morning and he looks pretty good in person, as well. >> okay. good to know. >> reporter: am i revealing too much? >> not at all. can't wait to watch. "cbs this morning" starts at 7:00. >> we always have breaking news
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here, right? >> yeah. 6:52. vintage photographs by ansel adams are on displace for the first time at uc-berkeley -- on display for the first time at uc-berkeley. a professor came across 600 prints by adams in the school archives. it was back in 1964 when the uc president hired adams to capture the entire uc system to celebrate its centennial. they are the president was fired and the photographs were stored away for years. 50 are now being shown for free at the bancroft library if you would like to take a peek. gorgeous. >> treasure right there. >> amazing. time now 6:52. coming up, a final check of your top stories. >> plus, who says cheerleaders aren't athletes? you'll flip over what this girl has accomplished. she is still flipping coming up! l [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere.
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assistant football coach jey sandusky is underway in pennsylvania. this is video of the convicd a sentencing hearing for jerry sandusky under way now in pennsylvania. this is video of the convicted sex offender arriving at the courthouse about an hour ago. the sandusky was found guilty of 45 counts of sexual abuse back in june and by law, those charges would add up to a minimum of 220 years in jail. today supervisors right here at san francisco set to vote on whether to remove sheriff ross mirkarimi from office. he pleaded guilty to false imprisonment in march. he was suspended by the mayor. then an ethics committee decided he committed official misconduct. it would take at least nine votes among the eleven supervisors to oust mirkarimi permanently. traffic jams are likely this morning between downtown san francisco and sfo. that's because president obama will fly out and head to ohio
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today. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is in san francisco right now with the very latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. >> the president will be taking about $2 million in campaign cash with him. he is going to refocus his campaign now on key battleground states especially with the election just one month away. mr. obama was greeted warmly by crowds in san francisco after two fundraisers, private dinner, rally and concert at bill graham civic center. he urged supporters to join with him to make a final push to call and email people in swing states and said it's time to get, quote, almost obsessive about his re-election. from here he will head to ohio where he will cross campaign trails with governor romney. in ohio, it's a key battleground state one many believe could make or break a victory for both candidates. now, the race for the white house couldn't any tighter so both candidates are eagerly eyeing those 18 electoral votes. live at sfo, cate caugiran cbs
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5 eyewitness news. >> you know, the president might see a wee bit of rain before he flies out. >> that's right. if he he takes right out over the water he will run into rain. this is exciting. we have doppler radar out and it's checking out that system! rolling toward the coast. >> whoo! it's starting to fall apart so slight chance of showers near the beach. partly cloudy skies, 70s inland and 60s approaching the coastline and the next couple staying unsettled, drying out thursday. friday another chance of a couple of raindrops. >> i know. very exciting out there. the president is in town as we mentioned and you could find some delays, rolling closures, already some street closure around the south of market area. howard street is closed between fourth and tip of the and fourth is shut down between folsom and mission. president going to air force one around 9:30 when he departs sfo this morning. you could see rolling closures on 101.
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brake lights for silicon valley commuters leaving milpitas. >> were you a cheer leader? >> uhm, no. not in high school. a little bit in junior high. >> all right. check this out. high school cheerleader flipped 35 times from the 15-yard line to the other breaking a guinness world book record. last year she did 20. friends said i bet you can do more because 32 is the record. are you getting tired, miranda? you're almost done! couple more. >> whoo! >> we are going to run out of time of! >> she makes it. going, going... 30, 31, 3 2, 33, 34, 35, we're almost out of time!
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CBS 5 Eyewitness News at 6AM
CBS October 9, 2012 6:00am-7:00am PDT

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